- Tristan Thompson hopes Cavs retire his jersey, makes perfect analogy to ‘tough, gritty MFs’ of Cleveland
- LeBron James offers heavy praise for Cavs rebuild, admits he pays ‘close attention’ to team
- Dylan Windler throws subtle shade at refs for not getting foul call after slam on Kyle Kuzma
- Video: LeBron James has heartwarming reunion with Cedi Osman prior to Cavs game vs. Lakers
- LeBron James reveals Cavs fan that mocked him, which led to 21-point explosion in 4th quarter
- Collin Sexton opens up on why Cavs needed blowout loss versus Celtics
- Report: Brooklyn Nets are hoping Andre Drummond gets bought out by Cleveland Cavaliers
- Report: LeBron James gave Cavs teammates ‘300’ style Spartan shields before facing Warriors in 2016 Finals
- Report: Larry Nance Jr. to miss Monday’s game vs. Lakers with new injury
- Report: Cavs could try to flip Andre Drummond and Kevin Love for draft capital
Cavs News: Cleveland Cavaliers Sign Free Agent Forward Michael Dunigan
- Updated: September 28, 2015
With training camp set to get underway on Tuesday, the Cleveland Cavaliers announced their final signing of the offseason with 6’10” power forward Michael Dunigan, a 26-year-old who played collegiately for the University of Oregon.
Dunigan is not a complete stranger to the Cavaliers’ organization, having played for their D-League team last season. He started 23 games, averaging 11.8 points and 7.4 rebounds before signing a deal to play in the Philippines. Once that season ended, he was brought back in time for the Canton Charge’s postseason.
After going undrafted in the 2011 NBA Draft, Dunigan signed the following year with the Memphis Grizzlies prior to the start of training camp, but was released. The following year, he played in both the Las Vegas and Orlando summer leagues for the Miami Heat.
Dunigan left the University of Oregon after the 2009-10 season and played internationally in Israel, Estonia and Italy. He would later move on to play in the Ukraine, Australia and South Korea.
Given the depth up front, Dunigan faces very large odds in making the Cavs’ team.